People here are angry. But that's nothing new. People everywhere are angry, and it's usually for more or less the same reason. Things get said and done that are hurtful, either intentionally or not. That's why this is Earth, not Eden.
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My grandfather was worked to death in a road gang for the crime of resisting the Chinese communists who invaded his country, Tibet. A Buddhist monk who I am proud to call my friend suffered three years of unimaginable torture for taking part in a nonviolent demonstration for Tibetan independence.
Two to three times a year, the College gathers prominent alumni, parents and other friends of Dartmouth in Hanover to encourage them to get involved with the College.
The rain came in horizontal sheets as the small, yet vigilant gathering for the annual Dartmouth College Lighting Tour huddled in front of the Hopkins Center last night.
The husband and wife team of Stanley Cloud and Lynne Olson, co-authors of "The Murrow Boys: Pioneers on the Front Lines of Broadcast Journalism," traced the history of wartime press censorship in a lecture before 75 people in 3 Rockefeller Center last night.
A panel of entertainment executives discussed Hollywood's role in shaping America's moral agenda in Cook Auditorium last night.
The Undergraduate Finance Committee recently distributed $475,000 in funds for next year to 10 student organizations, and most of the allocations were similar to the amounts UFC groups received last year.
A forum concerning Native American images in sports mascots on a local and national scope drew a diverse crowd of about 300 to the Hinman Forum in Rockefeller Center last night.
Nearly six months after former Vice President and Treasurer Lynn Hutton left her position, the College has named a committee to begin the search for candidates to fill the position of vice president and treasurer of the college.
The College released yesterday the names of the committee searching for a registrar to replace Thomas Bickel, whose four-year term as registrar ends July 1.
The green plastic is probably the first thing you notice.
Life at the ant colony hasn't been too stellar for its residents. Not only must the little bugs defend themselves against the tyrannical rule of the grasshoppers, they must also do major damage control when one of the thoughtful-but-clumsy ants, Flik, seriously jeopardizes the hill. That is the cute premise of "A Bug's Life," Disney's second feature-length offering from the computer-animated genre.
Entering the Northeastern Final Four with Amherst and Yale, the two teams to which they had fallen in the regular season, and an undefeated UMass squad from second Division I bracket, the members of the Dartmouth Women's Rugby Club had everything to prove. By Sunday afternoon, they had left nothing undone.
Next time you bump into a nearly six-foot-tall redhead wearing disco clothes crossing the Green, don't be concerned. If she starts talking about her white belly, don't be concerned. If she wants to show you her tattoo, don't be concerned. If she climbs a tree and starts looking for monkeys, don't be concerned.
There's a photo from my fourth birthday party taped to my bedroom wall here at Dartmouth. In it are 14 little black children and one little blond girl, all giggling and wearing party hats, one older white woman and a number of older black women.
Doing an all-nighter is like running a marathon. Up until midnight, you hardly feel the drowsiness and can shrug off that annoying urge to sleep. When you manage to stay awake till three in the morning, you begin to feel it a bit more and find yourself nodding off to sleep. If you are truly fit (or desperate), you last through the morning and are greeted by sunrise and the birds chirping. Of course, if you are stuck in the basement of Kiewit like me, you hardly notice that it is another day. But your long journey through the night is not over.
To the Editor:
To the Editor:
Remember way back going through the college admissions process and enduring the nerve-racking ordeal of an interview with scary admissions officers or alumni? Here at Dartmouth, there is another type of interviewer -- the Senior Interviewer.
Freshmen are discovering more about their roommates' quirks as the year progresses, and many are probably wondering what the Office of Residential Life was thinking when it placed them together in the same room.